'Pic 1 Starter kit help ( Solved )'
Thanks for the reply William. I had already tried your suggestion by the
time you responded. Looks like knowing C is going to be an assest here. But
it just gave me more errors. Tried this that and the other thing.
Turns out, I was using the project wizard to build for a 16f84 as opposed to
I have to mention that the "evil genius" book did not account for this. It
didnt even say to use the project wizard at all. The book just said open a
new project, and apparently, the build options on a default project dont
Im using the Hi-tech suite for a compiler if I understand correctly.
Well, you guys will be seeing me.
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For the HiTech compiler, you include the generic header file <pic.h>. This automaticly includes the appropriate chip specific header as defined by the device specified on the compiler command line.
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